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 on: Today at 07:19:09 pm 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by Texas Lawdog
 We're gonna have nachos and frozen Margaritias for our evening repast.

 on: Today at 07:02:54 pm 
Started by Red Cent - Last post by Red Cent

 on: Today at 06:46:13 pm 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by pony express
Well I know its not my Son-in-Law that you had nothing to do with laying there, he's in Norfolk lockup.

That was the first thing I thought of when I read that this morning!

Stu, depends on where you're taking the bubble bath. If it's in you're own bathroom, that's ok, I guess. But if it's, say, the fountain in the middle of town..........not so much.....

 on: Today at 06:00:29 pm 
Started by Slamfire - Last post by Slamfire
 Found a picture of actor "GARY COOPER" in K.D. Kirkland's book of Winchester,from a 1950 movie ,quote " A serious Gary Cooper keeps his Winchester model 1876, close by his side". Looks like a 92 ,w/ oct. barrel and a capped forearm. The 92 has double lugs, I be think'n.


 on: Today at 04:52:19 pm 
Started by modeltgary - Last post by modeltgary
Hello SSS and Two Flints,

Here is my post as you requested.

Your serial number check found the serial number 56722, only one off 56721 as belonging to the 18 th New York Cavalry, also some above and below was from Illinois Cavalry units. I have traced those units from New Orleans to Texas from June 1865 to May 1866. Most of these units were supplied at New Orleans. By tracking killed in action, died of being sick and deserters one can follow the unit travels.

I am very aware one number apart could be a weapon that went to another part of the world. I play the odds.

Thanks modeltgary

                                   (Photos Added by Two Flints)

 on: Today at 03:55:09 pm 
Started by USBP1969 - Last post by Shotgun Franklin
LOL, 'Die Hard' was just a movie. I was in 6 standup gunfights as a Cop, never fired more than 4 rounds in any of'm. I carried a Colt SAA working off duty for Jack In The Box. The gangsters were terrified of my gun. The reason Cops do not carry revolvers is that companies offer big incentives to those who pick new guns for the department autos are 'in' with the makers. Locally a major department tested a mess of autos, the Sig won every test but Glock got the contract, they had a bigger incentive for the guy making the choice. It's the same with every piece of equipment, the guys get what they are told they like not what's best. BTW, while Hollywood invented the 'fast draw' it has very little application in real life.
Now, jump in and tell me how I don't know a thing about what I'm saying, after all YOU read a book and saw a movie.

 on: Today at 03:09:42 pm 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by Texas Lawdog
I got my errands done and brought f
Home a couple of pulled pork sammichies and some iced tea for lunch, they were not as good as the brisket that I had last Friday.

 on: Today at 03:09:01 pm 
Started by CptEnglehorn - Last post by yahoody
Yes indeed and a fine piece it is.  I was thinking of chopping the barrel and just shooting it then I noticed the cut into the barrel threads...termites indeed!  Nasty! Shocked

 on: Today at 03:05:23 pm 
Started by Arcey - Last post by Texas Lawdog
A bunch of the Big-12 teams have exotic uniforms.

 on: Today at 03:05:10 pm 
Started by CptEnglehorn - Last post by what would you say

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